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Hue Imperial City

Hue – The Remains of the Nguyen Dynasty and Bach Mã National Park

Hue was the capital city of Vietnam until 1945 and home of the Nguyen Dynasty. The city is located along the Perfume River; The most famous monument of Hue being the Dai Noi Citadel with the Imperial City and the Forbidden Purple City. Arriving in Hue Travelling from south to north, we arrived in Hue …

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Vietnamese Cooking Class Hoi An

The Best Vietnamese Cooking Class in Hoi An

If you come to Vietnam, learn how to cook like a Vietnamese. Vietnam is said to have one of the best cuisines in the world – at least, when it comes to street food. We really loved everything we tried in our first days in the country, so we decided to participate in a cooking …

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City Of Lanterns Hoi An

Hoi An – Top Tips for The City of Lanterns, Tailors and Spas

Hoi An is, without any doubt, the city with the most pleasant atmosphere in Vietnam. At night, the entire old city centre is illuminated by thousands of colourful lanterns, which gives the city an equally romantic as unique appearance. The city has been elected as one of the most wonderful places to visit in Asia …

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Woman paddling on a small boat in the Mekong Delta

Mekong Delta – 2 Day deep-dive into the local Vietnamese culture

The Mekong Delta (Cai Be) is about a 2-hours drive from Ho Chi Minh City. There are tons of tours – 1 day, 2 days – 1 night, 3 days – 2 nights … basically the offering feels like it was unlimited. We decided to spend 2 days and 1 night in the Mekong Delta. …

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Cu Chi Tunnel Tour

The Black Echo: 1/2 Day at the Cu Chi Tunnels

Cu Chi Tunnels – Remains of Vietnam War As the Vietnam War is a huge part of the Vietnamese history, we wanted to learn more about it. We were thinking about visiting either the Cu Chi Tunnels (near Ho Chi Minh City) or the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ, near Hue). In the end, we decided to …

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Ho Chi Minh City Guy riding on a scooter with vietnamese flag

A Little Guide to Ho Chi Minh City

We started our tour through Vietnam in the South of the country – in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). There are basically two directions to travel the country: Hanoi – Ho Chi Minh City (North-South) or vice versa. As the flight from Melbourne to Ho Chi Minh City was cheaper than to Hanoi, we decided …

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Hue Imperial City

Hue – The Remains of the Nguyen Dynasty and Bach Mã National Park

Hue was the capital city of Vietnam until 1945 and home of the Nguyen Dynasty. The city is located along the Perfume River; The most famous monument of Hue being the Dai Noi Citadel with the Imperial City and the Forbidden Purple City. Arriving in Hue Travelling from south to north, we arrived in Hue …

Hue – The Remains of the Nguyen Dynasty and Bach Mã National Park Read More »

Vietnamese Cooking Class Hoi An

The Best Vietnamese Cooking Class in Hoi An

If you come to Vietnam, learn how to cook like a Vietnamese. Vietnam is said to have one of the best cuisines in the world – at least, when it comes to street food. We really loved everything we tried in our first days in the country, so we decided to participate in a cooking …

The Best Vietnamese Cooking Class in Hoi An Read More »

City Of Lanterns Hoi An

Hoi An – Top Tips for The City of Lanterns, Tailors and Spas

Hoi An is, without any doubt, the city with the most pleasant atmosphere in Vietnam. At night, the entire old city centre is illuminated by thousands of colourful lanterns, which gives the city an equally romantic as unique appearance. The city has been elected as one of the most wonderful places to visit in Asia …

Hoi An – Top Tips for The City of Lanterns, Tailors and Spas Read More »

Woman paddling on a small boat in the Mekong Delta

Mekong Delta – 2 Day deep-dive into the local Vietnamese culture

The Mekong Delta (Cai Be) is about a 2-hours drive from Ho Chi Minh City. There are tons of tours – 1 day, 2 days – 1 night, 3 days – 2 nights … basically the offering feels like it was unlimited. We decided to spend 2 days and 1 night in the Mekong Delta. …

Mekong Delta – 2 Day deep-dive into the local Vietnamese culture Read More »

Cu Chi Tunnel Tour

The Black Echo: 1/2 Day at the Cu Chi Tunnels

Cu Chi Tunnels – Remains of Vietnam War As the Vietnam War is a huge part of the Vietnamese history, we wanted to learn more about it. We were thinking about visiting either the Cu Chi Tunnels (near Ho Chi Minh City) or the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ, near Hue). In the end, we decided to …

The Black Echo: 1/2 Day at the Cu Chi Tunnels Read More »

Ho Chi Minh City Guy riding on a scooter with vietnamese flag

A Little Guide to Ho Chi Minh City

We started our tour through Vietnam in the South of the country – in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). There are basically two directions to travel the country: Hanoi – Ho Chi Minh City (North-South) or vice versa. As the flight from Melbourne to Ho Chi Minh City was cheaper than to Hanoi, we decided …

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